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Red Gate brings SQL in the City back to London for the third year running


Data professionals are invited to attend Red Gate’s free SQL in the City event for a day of SQL Server training in London.

Who should attend?

This event is for database professionals who want to improve their SQL Server skills and knowledge, to improve their skillset and become more efficient in their jobs.

This year’s sessions will take attendees on a stairway of best practices for professional database development and administration.

Attendees have the choice of joining Red Gate and hundreds of like-minded professionals for either three or six hours of free SQL Server training presented by some of the best SQL Server MVP presenters around.

The morning sessions will cover database development, while the afternoon presentations focus on database administration. View the full agenda here.

Watch the SQL in the City London 2012 highlights video to see what happened last year. Past attendees have thoroughly enjoyed SQL in the City: “A useful and enjoyable day learning more about SQL Server and Red Gate” - Stephen Crush, SQL Server Database Developer and SQL in the City London 2012 attendee.

Registration now open

The event is taking place on Friday, 21st June, 2013 at Congress Centre, London.

Past events have sold out fast; to secure your place, register now by visiting the event website.

About the speakers

Steve Jones and Grant Fritchey are the headline speakers of the event.  

Steve Jones, SQL Server MVP, is the co-founder and editor of SQLServerCentral.com and has been working with SQL Server for two decades at a variety of companies, including five years at Red Gate.  Over the last decade, Jones has written hundreds of articles about SQL Server for various publications.

Grant Fritchey is a SQL Server MVP with over 20 years’ experience. He has worked with SQL Server and developed in VB.NET, C# and Java. Fritchey has authored several books for Apress and Simple Talk and joined Red Gate as a Product Evangelist in January 2011.

About Red Gate

Founded in 1999, Red Gate Software produces tools used by more than 600,000 IT professionals worldwide. The company currently specializes in SQL Server and .NET tools.


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